Host Cities / Stage 3


Trogir is one of the most well-preserved Romanesque-Gothic towns in Europe whose history dates back to 2300 BC, which in 1997 granted it a place on the UNESCO's list of cultural heritage. Due to its superb offer, excellent gastronomy, beautiful beaches and crystal clear sea, Trogir has a 100 years of tourist tradition and is an important nautical center on the Adriatic. Also, two islands are a part of this town - Drvenik Veliki and Drvenik Mali. Positioned near Split and the airport, Trogir became an increasingly desirable town for longer and for a weekend break.

Source: TB Trogir